Fillet brazed steel bikes, handcrafted in Oklahoma.

Out on the streets

That’s where this latest frame is going. It’s a 700c commuter frame with track dropouts and clearance for 45s.

A mix of Columbus Zona, True Temper RC2 and good old 4130. It should be a faithful servant for many years.

 

Dropouts from Paragon are thick. These took a lot of heat to get rolling, they’re a full .25″ thick. The brake bosses are paragon as well, with replaceable studs.

This will be that last frame to go out unpainted. From now on, I’m gonna take it to a local powdercoater or send it to a painter. My ghetto stage has to end sometime.

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